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How to Choose the Best Calcium Supplement and Avoid Problems

How to Choose the Best Calcium Supplement and Avoid Problems


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ConsumerLab’s Dr. Tod Cooperman explains who needs calcium supplements, how to choose the best quality calcium, based on the report at Covers the best type of calcium, dose, and form, and how to safely use calcium to avoid side-effects and drug interactions. Includes information about calcium citrate vs. calcium carbonate, calcium tablets, liquids, and gummies, and the importance of other ingredients (vitamin D, magnesium, and vitamin K) when taking calcium to prevent osteoporosis.

See ConsumerLab.com’s answers to popular questions about calcium:

How much calcium from supplements is too much?

Is it important to take calcium and magnesium together?

Is it safer to get calcium from foods than from supplements? How about from calcium-fortified orange juice and non-dairy milks?

I have milk allergy and can’t eat dairy. What’s the best way for me to get calcium?

Are plant-based calcium supplements, like AlgaeCal, better than regular calcium supplements?

Is there a danger of getting too much calcium from Tums? I take them frequently for heartburn.

Is it true that calcium citrate increases the absorption of aluminum?

Can taking fish oil or calcium supplements increase my risk of prostate cancer? My doctor recommended that I stop taking them since I have an enlarged prostate.

Is calcium hydroxyapatite really better than other forms of calcium?

What are the benefits of calcium-d-glucarate?

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27 gedachten over “How to Choose the Best Calcium Supplement and Avoid Problems

  1. I'm a big fan of the work that Consumer Labs does. What works, what doesn't, which supplements are best, what form, and best brands. It saves me a lot of mistakes, worth every penny to subscribe. Not affiliated in any way – just a great service.

  2. I am posting this again as no response received from Consumerlab: A couple of questions for Dr Cooperman. Can you clarify whether plant-based calcium supplements are preferable to other forms in terms of absorption and negating potential risks of plaque build up? Also should supplements containing stronthium be avoided as advised by American Bone Health? https://americanbonehealth.org/medications-bone-health/why-strontium-is-not-advised-for-bone-health/

  3. natural products of ayurvedic are best

  4. How do we find out how much calcium we need? Is there a test to find out? Why don't doctor's tell us? Why don't they tell us that we need Magnesium along with calcium or the calcium can only hurt??

  5. Third time posting these questions which remain unanswered. If you don't know the answers, could you please at least say so! “A couple of questions for Dr Cooperman. Can you clarify whether plant-based calcium supplements are preferable to other forms in terms of absorption and negating potential risks of plaque build up? Also should supplements containing stronthium be avoided as advised by American Bone Health? https://americanbonehealth.org/medications-bone-health/why-strontium-is-not-advised-for-bone-health/

  6. How much time is calcium absorbed in the body. I heard that it takes two hours.

  7. My nurse practitioner wants me to take 5000mg (yes, 5000) of calcium per day. What do you say?

  8. I arrived on this video after watching another video from a doctor who says stop taking calcium supplements immediately: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWf2KRylwecThis is so confusing. Doctors contradicting each other.

  9. Hi. I take 600 mg. of calcium citrate twice daily. I take one in between meals ( usually with dates of chestnuts or some fruit) and one before bedtime. I am very confused as to when and with what is the best way to increase absorption( which I have a problem with). I don't eat milk products because I have read that milk products actually increases bone loss. I have that peanuts are legumes just like dark leafy vegetables. Also phytic acid binds to calcium and decreases absorption. So what exactly is the best time and way to take calcium supplements? I also take MSM , fish oil. vitamin d, and curcumin with meals. The list of foods not to take with calcium seems endless. What should be avoided? I eat nuts and grains all day long. Is the best way simply to take it on an empty stomach or with fruit. How long after I eat legumes or phytates should I wait before I take the supplement?

  10. Is calcium malate any good?

  11. Have you tested Now Foods Red Mineral Algae or Aquamin specifically for lead contamination and absorption, not the AlgaeCal brand?

  12. If cant have dairy and have malabortion issues what would be the best

  13. What about the chelated minerals so we can take multi mineral without competing?

  14. I have been taking a product called “Viactiv Calcium plus D” chewable calcium supplement. Each supplement has 650mg of calcium (it also has vitamin D and K in it). I take one supplement per day, which equals 650mg per day. I noticed in the video that Dr. Cooperman recommended to take no more than 500mg at a time. Why is the brand I am taking have in it's supplement MORE than 500mg per serving (per chewable)? As I said, each chewable is 650mg. Isn't that too much?

  15. Just started weight lifting (15yrs old) , and considering taking calcium supplements since I don’t get a lot of of it since i don’t eat dairy for it makes me break out

  16. Sir please send me opinion about best tables for me my father and mother is 60 and he also suffering from reahabtate disease .give me best options of tablets about calcium .i am from little village india Kashmir

  17. Is osteofos a good calcium supplement for scoliosis?

  18. Great video. Very informative.

  19. Is calcium hydroxyapatite a better, safer, more effective form of calcium? There are no reviews for Essential Elements Bone Boost (Bb) on the website. I take 2 of these a day. I’m 55 years old with osteopenia

  20. You must take vit K to prevent the calcium from forming plaque on yr artery. If u take D3 it will increase calcium absorbtion so much that u may not need calcium supplement.

  21. Thank you Doctor. I am a girl 37 years old. I started taking calcium a few days ago 500 mg and I feel somehow better in my nervousness and anxiety but I am concerned since I eat healthy and I exercise but I read online it can cause cardiac problem. Should I continue taking it or I stop? I appreciate your advice.

  22. eggs shells , best supplementation ????

  23. I am seeing you for the first time and I’m thrilled too as I have bones like cottage cheese I’m told so I’m always looking for the best calcium supplement! I will be watching now.

  24. What calcium absorbs the best with damaging your arteries?

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